Go to Hilary Tham's Publication
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21, 1999; 2:00 PM -- Hilary Tham read from her
new work, appearing with Karren Alenier (her new book: LOOKING
FOR DIVINE TRANSPORTATION) at R.W. Books, 9219 Center Street,
Thursday, March 16,2000 at 8:00 p.m.
Rock Creek Gallery
Mel Belin and Hilary Tham (open reading to follow)
Picturesque venue -- easiest way in is, from Conn. Av. NW, turn
into Rock Creek Park on Tilden, go a few blocks to the bottom of
the hill (inside the park), and you can see the Gallery (used to
be called "the Art Barn") on your left, next to an old mill. The
phone no. for the Rock Creek Gallery is 202-244-2482. Melissa Bell
runs the series and can be reached by e:mail at email@example.com
Monday March 20, 2000 7:30 P.M.
Galaxy Hut features
MINIMUS 2000 publication reading with Hilary Tham
followed by Open mike. Come to listen, Come to read. GALAXY HUT
Poetry /Open mike 2711 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA. (three blocks
east from the Clarendon Metro) Galaxy Hut Poetry Series - 3rd Monday
of each month host: Cynthia Hoffman.
April 10: 4 - 6 P.M.
Reception & reading: The Art & Poetry of Hilary Tham
Hilary Tham's Chinese brush paintings will be exhibited April 4
- 28 at the World Bank Volunteer Services Gallery, Room H2
- 200, Address: 800 19th Street, NW, Washington, DC. Tel: 202 473-8751
Monday April 17, 7:30 P.M.
Galaxy Hut features
the Word Works _WINNERS: A Retrospective of the Washington Prize_publication
reading with Karren Alenier, Sydney March, Miles David Moore and
Hilary Tham followed by Open mike. Come to listen, Come to read.
GALAXY HUT Poetry /Open mike 2711 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA. (three
blocks east from the Clarendon Metro) Galaxy Hut Poetry Series -
3rd Monday of each month host: Cynthia Hoffman.
Sunday October 21,2000 5:00, p.m.
POLITICS & PROSE BOOKSTORE, 5015 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington,
DC Tel: 202-363-1919; 202-364-1919 Publication Reading: WINNERS:
A Retrospective of the Washington Prize featuring poets Karren Alenier,
Patricia Garfinkel, Miles Moore, Hilary Tham and Prize winners Fred
Marchant and Peter Blair.
Sunday, October 22, 2000, at 3:00 p.m.
Publication reading of St. Mary's College Literary Festival
anthology Poetry for the Millennium, Columbia, Maryland. Poets included
Sunday November 12, 2000. Philadelphia, PA. The Manayunk
Art Center : 2 - 4 p.m. Publication reading of Winners: A Retrospective
of the Washington Prize/Word Works featuring Karren Alenier, Hilary
Tham, Miles D. Moore and Patricia Garfinkel and Prize winners Nathalie
Anderson, Peter Blair and Christpher Bursk. The Manayunk Art Center,
419 Green Lane (rear), Philadelphia., Pa 19128 -(19th century stable
Wednesday November 15, 2000 7:30 p.m.
Café Muse: The Word Works in collaboration with Strathmore
Hall Arts Center presents Hilary Tham reading from her new book,
Counting, followed by an open reading. Strathmore Hall, 10701 Rockville
Pike, North Bethesda, Maryland. 2 blocks from Grosvernor Metro Station.
Call 301-530-0540 for directions.
Monday December 11, 2000. Barnes & Noble Bookstore,
Rockville at 7:30 p.m.
Poets-a-tete Series. Featured reader Hilary Tham followed by an
Open Reading. Sign up for open reading at 7.15 p.m. Barnes &
Noble Bookstore, Montrose Crossing Shopping Center, corner of Rockville
Pike and Randolph Road, Rockville, Maryland. For information call
Sunday January 14, 2001,
Iota Reading Series, Arlington at 6:00 p.m.
Hilary Tham author of Counting, a book-length poem and Terence Mulligan,
author of Children of the West, short fiction collection. Hosted
by Miles David Moore. Iota Bar and Restaurant is located at 2832
Wilson Boulevard in Arlington, VA (two blocks east from the Clarendon
Metro) For information call 703-522-8340 or 703-256-9275
Wednesday February 7, 2001 at 7:30 pm - Jamestown Elementary
School, 3700 N. Deleware Street, Arlington, VA. Poet-in-Residence
Hilary Tham will read with Mrs. Simmond' 4th Grade Class. The Artist-in-education
residency is sponsored by the Virginia Commission for the Arts with
Arlington Public Schools.
Directions: Take Glebe Road North from Rte 66, pass the light at
Williamsburg Blvd. Take first Left onto Albermarle, then first left
onto Delaware Street. School is on your right.
Thursday March 8, 2001 at 8:00 pm -- Bibelot in Canton, Baltimore
at The Can Company, 2400 Boston Street, Baltimore, MD 21224.
Store Phone: 410.276.9700. Felicia Morgenstern reads from her book
the night mother earth told father sky she was tired of the missionary
position and Hilary Tham reads from her new book COUNTING: A Long
Directions: From New York & Washington D.C. - Take 95 to exit
57(Boston/O'Donnell Street) Follow signs for Boston Street West.
We are located at 2400 Boston Street, in the red & white American
Can Company building. Our parking lot is the turn after Safeway.
Directions: From the Inner Harbor (Pisces restaurant @ Light &
Pratt) - Pratt Street to I-83/President Street. Make a right onto
President Street, follow to the end & it will turn into Fleet
Street. Take this through Fells Point to Boston Street. There is
a large liquor store at that intersection, and Boston Street veers
to the right. We are located in the American Can Company.
Tuesday March 20, 2001 7:00 Hilary Tham reads with Patricia
Garfinkel, Freda Denis Cooper and Cheryl Crockett at Barnes & Noble
Bookstore, 4801 Bethesda Avenue, Bethesda, MD. Tel: 301-986-1851
The Barnes & Noble is on Bethesda Ave. and Woodmont in Bethesda
(one block away from Wisconsin Ave. and Bethesda Ave.)
Friday April 6, 2001, 8:15 pm
Hilary Tham reads at Fredericksburg Arts Center
813 Sophia Street (beween George and William Streets). Reading will
be followed by an open reading.
Tuesday April 17, 2001 Lunch with an Author reading: National
Organization of Jewish Women Venue TBA
Saturday April 28, 2001, noon - 4 pm Hilary gives a reading
and talk on writing sponsored by the PEN Women of American ALexandria
Branch at The Lyceum, 201 South Washington Street, Alexandria.
For information, call 703-548-9127
May 7th, Monday at 6:00 PM -- English department at The Community
College of Baltimore County.Essex campus, northeast of Baltimore
World Poetry, featuring Hilary Tham. Her reading will be
followed by non-native English speaking students reading their own
or professional poets' poems in their native languages. They will
also give short translations and explanations of the poems and poets
for the audience. For directions: Call or email Vicki Hong-Smith
(410)780-6118 ; firstname.lastname@example.org
Miller Cabin Poetry Under the Stars
July 24 Tuesday 7:30 PM Rock Creek Park, Picnic Area # 6 Publication
readings: Hilary Tham reads from her new book Counting, Charlotte
Warren Gould reads from her 2000 Washington Prize winning book
Sunday September 9, 2001: Hilary Tham & Gary Blankenburg
read at WordHouse,the Minás Gallery, 733 S. Ann Street,
Fells Point (410) 732-4258 followed by open mike. $3 admission unless
otherwise noted. Hosted by Peter Chapman and Sam Schmidt.
Saturday September 22, 2001:
J. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Conference, City of Rockville and
Montgomery College in Rockville:
10:45 a.m - noon: "The Many Voices of American Literature"
Moderator: Allan Lefcowitz. Panelists: Kenneth Carroll, Saideh Pakravan
and Hilary Tham. For information re registration, etc, dall 301-309-9461
Wednesday, November 14, 2001 at 7:30 p.m. Eli Flam and
Hilary Tham present winners of the Potomac Review 2001 poetry and
fiction contests. Host Moira Burns. Open reading follows. Café
Muse at Strathmore Hall, 10701 Rockville Pike, North Bethesda,
Maryland. Free Parking.
1 1/2 blocks north of Grosvenor Metro stop.
The public is invited to this free event.
Saturday, November 24, 2001, at 8:00 p.m. Hilary Tham reads
from her new book Reality Check & Other Travel Poems. Mariposa Center for Artistic Expression invites you to attend
The Saturday Night Poetry Series held weekly at 8:00 p.m. The program
includes featured guests, an open mike and complimentary re
freshments. Mariposa is located at 5000 Berwyn Road, College Park,
MD 20740. Admission $5. For information call 301-513-9422 or visitwww.oocities.com/MariposaPoetry/.
Saturday February 16, 2002
at 7:30 pm,
Washington Musica Viva, BannerArts Studio,
4233C Howard Avenue, Kensington. Admission: $12
Sasha Margolis, violin, and Carl Banner, piano.
Brahms violin sonata in A Op. 100;
Mordecai Seter Sonata for Piano (1982).
BannerArts Studio is located at 4233C Howard Ave in Kensington,
mile north of the Capital Beltway.
From MD/VA: Take Capital Beltway to exit 33 Connecticut Ave north
towards Kensington. Continue north 1.5 miles then turn left onto
Knowles St at the traffic light. Go straight past the first traffic
light (Summit Ave) then make the first right on Howard Ave. When
Howard Ave bends right, turn left into 4233, the Old Dominion warehouse.
WMV is up the sloping driveway beside the warehouse. Park in a marked
space or across the street. Seating for 60 people.
February 28-March 3, 2002: Time: 4-5 PM Two-Year College
English Association-Southeast conference: Richmond Omni Hotel, sponsored
by J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, Richmond. Hilary Tham will present a seminar: "Empowering Acts: Editing and Publishing
Thursday April 4, 2002 , 7:30 PM, Reston Community Center,
2310 Colts Neck Rd, Reston, VA Info: 703-478-4800 Hilary Tham reads from her new book REALITY CHECK & other travel Poems &
Art. Open Reading follows.
April 26- 28, 2002 Kings Estate Press Literary Festival,
Clarion Hotel, 1300 Ponce de Leon Rd, St. Augustine, Florida. Info:
1-800-249-7485. Hilary Tham, Mel Belin and Miles David Moore
are featured poets reading at the festival.
Sunday June 9, 2002 at 6:00 p.m.
Dean Blehert & Hilary Tham with open reading to follow.
Iota Bar and Restaurant is located at 2832 Wilson Boulevard in Arlington,
VA. (two blocks east from the Clarendon Metro)For information call
703-522-8340 or 703-256-9275
Wednesday April 14, 2004 at 8:00 pm. Georgetown University Poetry Club presents Hilary Tham. The reading is held in the Midnight MUG, a coffee shop on the 2nd floor of Lauinger Library. The library is located on the corner of 37th and Prospect Street. Metered parking is available by the library and the university has a parking garage.
Tuesday April 20, 2004 at 7:30 p.m. Poetry Coffeehouse presents Hilary Tham at Grace Church in Georgetown, located on Wisconsin Ave. between M and K streets. Free coffee and refreshments will be offered; free parking is available at the Loews Cinema a block from the church at Wisconsin and K streets.